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funding for this program was provided by... is this a credit card? hendrick: these children are having a wonderful time playing... ice cream cone. yep, i like ice cream cones. yes, but also learning-- learning how to think, to reason, to absorb ideas and process information, to recognize and solve problems. for the whole child, especially at this age, learning isn't work. it's a joy, a pleasure, and something to look forward to every day. woman: why does his nose go up and down? woman: where else have we seen tadpoles? child: there's grass in there. hendrick: this is especially true as more and more teachers combine the more conventional and traditional styles of teaching with the new and creative learning techniques-- techniques that emerge when the educator teaches by collaboration rather than by instruction. woman: is it dark in there? hello. i'm joae hendrick, author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to look at what we call cognitive development and what we can do to enhance our children's ability to think, reason, remem
's my grocery. hello. i'm joanne hendrick, author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we'rgoing to look at some of the daily routines which make up most of a young child's day. we'll see why these "middle moments" can be so meaningful in the lives of our preschool children, and we'll learn what we can do to help foster both emotional and physical growth during these middle moment opportunities. we'll visit with children and teachers from a number of different early childhood programs-- family day-care homes, head start, university-based lab schools, and private child-care centers-- and we'll see how they make the most out of the day's middle moments. this is simba and nala when they were growing. and this is when...when they growed up apart, ok? let's pretend, o hendrick: a child's life isn't always full of new and exciting events and activities. there are times in a child's day when nothing very thrilling happens. the children come and they go. they eat. they rest. they go to the bathroom. and the next day, they come and they do it all over again. bo
than the other children in our care? woman: there you go. go for it. turn. hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to explore a number of ways we can effectively work with children with special and exceptiol needs. we'll observe children in a variety of programs: head start, family day-care homes, university schools, and private childcare centers. we'll also talk with teachers who will share their personal experiences working with children who have special needs. [computer beeps] woman: yes. press again. press again, des. keep pressing. keep pressing. [computer makes tone] oh, look, des, look! pretty. hendrick: how do we begin to help that child? what are our responsibilities, obligations, and expectations? when working with children witdisabilities or special needs, how do we define achievement? [comter beeps] ooh, look! color blue. [computer hums] see? there you go. let's see you do it. hendrick: how do we challeng and support the child so he can succeed? let's eat. let's eat. ha ha ha! take it to yo
magnificent temper tantrums for which 2-year-olds are so famous? hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to look at some of the important components that go into providing consistent, one-on-one relationships with infants and toddlers in group settings. we'll observe some infant and toddler programs in private child-care centers, university lab schools, and family day-care homes, and we'll hear from infant and toddler teachers who offer practical advice for working with our youngest children. ready? go! joanne: despite the growing need for infant day care, most of us begin our caregiving careers with very little or no training when it comes to taking care of babies. let's check it and see if it's too hot. joanne: but you can't just wing it with infants. they're too sensitive and vulnerable for that. all ready for ya. all ready. look at zack. get him. hey, you. joanne: caring for infants requires more than a love for babies. hi. hi. you going to talk to me? can you talk to me? joanne: group care for infan
. my name is jon stewart. what a show for you tonight. from the hit show mad man christina hendricks will be joining us in a little bit. but, folks, a lot has happened since we last spoke on thursday. for a country whose political institutions have in many ways stunned mercury sently with the lack of courage and competence, it was refreshing to see some of our civic institutions displaying both traits in full force: caring for the wounded, tracking down, killing and/or capturing perps, we call them perps in the make-believe law enforcement trade. doing it all within one week or to put that in political senate terms, three filibusters and a secret poll. as always after the crisis passes, thoughts turn to what does this mean? first, reflections from overseas. >> the czech republic is a european country. it's a different thing than chechnya. >> jon: that is the czech republic ambassador feeling the justified need to explain to an american audience that two similar-sounding foreign nations are not necessarily the same nation. i interrupted you. please go on. >> obviously we've been seein
problems. susan hendricks explains why. >> reporter: we all know men and women are different. and experts say those differences may extend to risks associated with smoking. >> there's some evidence that cigarette smoke may be somewhat more toxic for women. that is for a given amount of cigarette smoke they may be a little more likely to get lung cancer-- they may be a little more likely to get chronic bronchitis and emphysema. some studies show women are also at higher risk for lung cancer from secondhand smoke. researchers are still trying to explain this. what is clear is that women who take birth control pills are at increased risk of developing blood clots.smoking raises this risk substantially. you can get a blood clot in your leg, it may break off and go into your lung, it may make you very sick, it may even kill you. smoking also impacts fertility, and may make it harder for women to conceive, experts say. good reasons for women to kick the habit or avoid smoking altogether-- but experts point out there are plenty of good reasons for men to quit too. >> smoking is for the most part
. >> reporter: 47-year-old kent hendricks was taking a shower when his son alerted him a woman was outside screaming for help. >> jumped out and put some clothes on and grabbed my sword. >> he immediately grabbed a 29-inch carbon steel samurai sword which he keeps by his bed and ran outside. >> this is what i have for home defense. >> the would-be mugger was in for a shoig. >> he said i'm leaving and took off running. >> bare foot his sword drawn he made chase. >> he made it to his car and he was getting in and i just yelled at him ha ha, i have your dna and license plate the you are so done. >> just the sight of the sword wielding father of six was enough. an hour later this man grant egge is ston turned himself in to police. kent hendricks says this was the first time e has had to use the word but ripped a page right out of the art of war that the greatest victory is that which requires no battle. >> thatle ge >> that will get your attention. >> i would drop my chop sticks running as well. >> yeah. >> first thing to go is my chop sticks. i will give it up. >> larry beil is here. >> i lik
. let's get caught up on other stories we're following. susan hendricks. susan? >> reporter: anderson, university of louisville basketball player kevin ware is speaking out for the first time since he broke his leg during a game over the weekend. in an interview with cnn, ware says he will play basketball again. but knows that patience is key as he recovers. he says he hasn't seen the tape of his injury. >> i don't want to see the video. i don't plan on ever seeing the video. i kind of feel like it would just put me in a mental state where i don't need to be. >> he also says he appreciates all the support he's been getting. >>> president obama is putting more pressure on congress to pass tougher gun laws, specifically background checks for criminals. in a speech today in colorado, he called for an honest debate instead of just rhetoric saying there can be stricter laws that protect americans while at the same time protecting the second amendment. >>> and it's official. jay leno will step down as host of "the tonight show" in the spring of 2014, ending a 22-year run. he will be replace
. hendrick, you said that this was back from the 1970's. the marty i was looking we were in 2009 when i started on this book. obviously, we were in trouble. 600,000 jobs per month. people were being forced out of their homes and i did enough reporting from pbs and the new york times on the economic stories. i knew that it was going to go back further but i did not call for. there was a power shift in washington with people power. with the 1960's, the 1970's, the heyday of the middle-class. they had welcome prosperity to not sure that today. how could we get from there, to here, today? with bipartisan partisan politics with no current gridlock or nothing gets done. this is filled with first qua porter's, and the change in economic thinking and what i college economics. in the old today that first ceos want to hope the stakeholders, the owners, the customers, and now, is just hope the shareholders. it is interesting and even in recovery it does not pick up for this. what we have seen is corporate profits going up 20% per year. every year. average income of household 1.4%. there is a huge
. >> we had hendricks. >> with a cucumber. >> bill: i think green hat is as good as hendricks. >> hendricks to me is creme de la creme. the bottle looks so cool. >> what? >> hendricks. >> bill: i think the green hat bottle is cool. so i guess we could make a transition here from baseball to beer to gin to guns. >> america. >> bill: that's what it is. and this is of particular relevance to washington, d.c. which is not as bad as chicago but suffered still a lot of gun violence. connecticut yesterday passed the toughest gun laws in the nation. of course, you might say of course connecticut would because that's where newtown happened. other states haven't who have had similar tragedies. you have to do it at the national level don't you? >> i think do you. my theory is that it is beyond just banning assault weapons. that is step one in a concept of decoupling this notion that gun ownership is somehow linked to freedom. and getting us away from an overall culture of violence in this country that seems to make it acceptable to shoot people. that's really what we're talking about her
owner rick hendrick bought the vet for a cool million at a charity auction this weekend. i would love to have that. >>> segregation still exists in america and it's in the form of a high school prom. >>> plus, a car rental on tape causing half million dollars worth of damage. >>> and what did tiger woods say about his career as he heads into the masters on a winning streak, next. but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's that lady? ♪ sexy lady, who's that lady? [ female announcer ] swiffer 360 dusters extender cleans high and low, with thick all around fibers that attract and lock up to two times more dust than a feather duster. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. and now swiffer dusters refills are available with the fresh scent of gain. to try on these amazings refills depend silhouette briefs. oh, it's cheryl burke! who's this guy? security. cheryl, hi! i know you don't need one but would you try on the depend silhouette for charity? right now? under this? why not? for charity? now's the perfect time, cause with soft fabric and waistband, th
in salt lake city. but an neighbor came to her rescue with an odd weapon of choice. ken hendricks, a mormon bishop, grabbed a samurai sword. and the mere sight of the five-pound blade was enough to make the mugger drop the purse and run for his life. >> he was fumbling for his keys. he dropped his chap stick. and he made it to his car. and he was getting in. and i just yelled at him, ha, i have your dna. and i've got your license plate. you are so done. >> ha. the warning worked. the man surrendered to police a few hours later. >> you have to like that. that five-foot samurai sword would get your attention. tough to beat that one. >>> we'll try with some of last night's nba highlights. we get more of those from espn. >> i'm jaymee sire with this "sportscenter" update. david lee out for the season with the warriors. how would they respond? warriors up three. steph curry, the nice stepback jumper. 17 points in the first half, after having just 4 in the first half in game 1. in the third quarter, curry hurts his ankle while dribbling. take another look. his left ankle twists awkwardl
'm leaving. and took off running. >> reporter: barefoot, his sword drawn, hendricks gave chase. >> dropped his chapstick, and he made it to his car, and he was getting in, and i just yelled at him, ha, i have your dna, and i've got your license plate. you are so done. >> reporter: just the sight of the sword-wielding father of six was enough. an hour later this man, grant eggerston, turned himself in to police. as for kendricks, a fourth degree black belt himself, said this is the first time he's had to use a sword, but he's ripped a page right out of the art of war. the greatest victory is that which requires no battle. >> it's just as much that crazy noise he makes as the five-foot sword. >> could you imagine, even though you'd never do anything like this, coming around the corner? hey, look at you, samurai fighter. samuri fighter. >> hi-hey-hi! ♪ >> oh, what's that? >> it's an ad for the colonial penn patriot program, offering up to $50,000 of life insurance. you know, we could really use more coverage. says there are a few simple health questions and you don't have to take a physical
with a samurai sword. kent hendricks said he grabbed his 29-inch steel sword to break up an attack on his neighbor yesterday. one look at the sword and the alleged attacker ran. marshall, black belt, said this was the first time he's ever had to use his sword. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." ♪ the joint is jumpin' [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex helps revitalize your joints to keep 'em jumpin'.° like calcium supplements can help your bones, osteo bi-flex can help your joints. osteo bi-flex... now available in all major retailers and warehouse clubs. in all major retailers (alarm clock buzzer) ♪ >>> in the aftermath of the boston marathon bombings, doctors have been credited with saving countless lives. elaine quijano tells us about one doctor who's saving lives every day on the streets of boston. >> reporter: it's just after 8:00 p.m. and rosa na mean is working the night shift. >> i have some socks. do you need any socks? >> sure. that's a great. >> reporter: she's a doctor, but means is not getting paid for these rounds. she's searching for homeless
to the defense of his neighbor with a samurai sword. hendrick said he grabbed the sword that he keeps by his bed yesterday morning after hearing his neighbor screaming. he rap across the street to try to find a man trying to break into his neighbor's home in salt lake city. >> if he was coming through the fence here, that's where i true down on him. just came here -- drew down on him. just came here and told him to get down on the ground. >> the suspect got away. but he was later arrested by police. hendricks says he's practiced martial arts for decades, even owns his own studio but this was the first time he ever used his actual training to defend someone. pretty dramatic. >> all right. 8:19. the associated press has returned to twitter after a hacking incident. we'll have more on the fallout from this breach. >>> and we're looking out the window now. things are gonna cool down around the bay area. steve's warning you. he will be back to tell us what kind of temperatures you can expect today. >>> good morning. san mateo bridge is a met. we'll tell you -- mess. we'll tell you what's going on and
on the show. thank you. >> thank you. >> nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >>> susan hendricks joins us. >>> 360 follow now. fbi agents today searched the texas home of eric williams, a former kaufman county justice of the peace who was questioned after the murders of the county's d.a. and his wife. mike and cynthia mcclelland were killed in their home last month. the man pro prosecuted him. >>> she was 15 years old. the boys are accused of sharing photos of her attack and posting them online. >>> jonathan winters who influenced generations of comedians has died. he was 87. and many considered him a genius of comedy. >> and he was so funny. such a funny guy. >> he really was. >>> what we found out about one high school in georgia surprised us. in a small town in that state, they still have segregated proms, one for white students [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thi
stories we're following tonight. susan hendricks has the "360" bulletin. >>> a federal judge has ordered the obama administration to make the morning after pill available over the counter in drugstores and without any age restrictions. currently the government requires a prescription for girls under 17. the administration may appeal that decision. >>> china is moving aggressively to stem an outbreak of bird flu that has killed at least six people. authorities have ordered the slaughter of more than 20,000 birds from live poultry markets in shanghai. included are chickens, ducks, geese and pigeons. shanghai's poultry markets will be closed for the time being. >>> more fallout today at rutgers university over the video showing the former head basketball coach physically and verbally abusing players. the university's athletic director, tim pernetti, has resigned, saying that instead of disciplining the coach, they should have fired him last fall when the video first came to his attention. >>> soon, you can own a piece of history. an absolute treasure trove of rare documents is about to go u
you. >>> susan hendricks joins us. >>> 360 follow now. fbi agents today searched the texas home of eric williams, a former kaufman county justice of the peace who was questioned after the murders of the county's d.a. and his wife. mike and cynthia mcclelland were killed in their home last month. the man pro whose cute williapr >>> she was 15 years old. the boys are accused of sharing photos of her attack and posting them online. >>> jonathan winters who influenced generations of comedians has died. he was 87. and many considered him a genius of comedy. >> and he was so funny. such a funny guy. >> he really was. >>> what we found out about one high school in georgia surprised us. in a small town in that state, they still have segregated proms, one for white students and one for african-american students. not everyone in the town likes that idea. they went there to find out what people were thinking. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid w
plan to build grand central. brian hendricks on a metro cop who befriended the homeless come either johnson who feels customers complaints in the information booth, the most frequent, guess what, where is the restroom? [laughter] second, is how do i get out of here because they're so many passageways. and the third, attribute to good taste i guess is where is the apple store? people can't find it because it is so subtly woven into the fabric of the terminal. and also to people like jaclyn on nasa's clearly played a major role in saving grand central. i did realize but she had a long history of historic preservation but when the dam was being built in egypt, the kennedy administration gave funds to reserve a lot of the antiquiti antiquities. and the egyptians said we would like to give you something in return for that. and jaclyn picked the temple of vendor, a little ditch you realize that she would be living on fifth avenue across the street. when she had a dinner party she did call across the street and the metropolitan museum would light up the temple for her and her guess. that's
in the engine shot at hendrick motorsports. hail at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ >> you have to listen to that. that from the boston bruins game. fans have started a new tradition. for the third straight game, the hockey fans joined in the singing of the national anthem. i mean loud. and i suspect that tradition will continue for some time. meantime, boss it ton red sox slugger david ortiz will not have to pay any fcc fines for using some shall we say colorful language on live tv before saturday's game. >> this is a [ bleep ] city. and nobody going to dictate. >> that is one of those words you're not supposed to say on live tv, but fcc chairman sent out a tweet saying, quote, david ortiz spoke from the heart at today's red sox game. i stand with big papi and the people of boston. he signed it julius. so he gets dispensation for that i guess one time. >>> also saturday neil diamond showed his support for boston leading red sox fans in a version of his fenway park anthem "sweet caroline". it was in fact so good, so good, so good, so good. this is where things stand right now in the bosto
hendricks. plus, a visit from nfl commissioner roger goodell. all next on the emmy award winning "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and mike thike! [cheers and applause] ♪ cheers and applause] kelly: hi! [cheers and applause] what the heck? what's going on? michael: i don't know what's happening, but i like it. kelly: i like it too. it's tuesday, april 23, 2013. hi guys! michael: hello, hello, hello. kelly: you are too generous. we haven't even done anything yet. now the pressure is onto amuse you in some way. michael: well, no need to ask how everybody's doing. they look like they're doing fine. [cheers and applause] kelly: good crowd. michael: you look like you're doing fine too, but i'm going to ask you. how are you? kelly: i'm good. took the kids to the dentist yesterday and any time you can get out of there without a cavity it's a good day. right on. yes. the prizes in the dentist office are becoming extraordinary, aren't they? we used to have like the plastic ring, remember? in the shape of the tooth, sometimes
is chris hendricks, vice president for interactive media. this is astounding to me, and since 1999, he's been involved in digital since 1994, prebrowser days, and filling out the lineup is kim, vice president and general manager of atlantic digital coming to the economy in 20 # 12, having been with hurst magazine since 2006. we'll start out eat participant, each panelist has a relatively short powerpoint, and we'll open things up for questions. if you ask a question, care to ask a question, you need to be a member, and you have to go up to one of the strategically placed microphone, identify yourself, and ask the question. with that, we'll start with chris hendricks. >> thank you, one of the things is you need glasses to read. i'll try to get this running here. start with a brief about what we are about. you know, the company, itself -- it's up there, good -- you know, 30 daily newspapers located around the u.s. from miami, florida, all the way through anchorage, alaska, a lot of different markets. we have about a 2.4 million daily circulation, 1.4 billion in revenue, 2 # 00 million of
in "wall street journal." stephen hendricks on twitter asks is a grand bargain between democrats, republicans and the white house still possible? guest: we have to keep working on it. we need a grand bargain. the greatest potential would be through the senate. there are democrats and republicans who meet frequently. we understand what needs to be done. we are closer together than you would think. i am hopeful you will see progress made in direct negotiations between democrats and republicans in the senate. president obama has moved the process forward in two respects. the meetings he has had with republican senators have been extremely valuable and his budget shows flexibility and that we need to take the best from the democrats and republicans and come together on a compromised budget. i do not agree with everything in the president's budget. i have spoken about things with a federal employees that i disagree with, but the president showed he was serious about entitlement savings, we must have more revenue and we can get that through changes in tax expenditure, though we need a
for hendrick motorsports. >> hard to go from that back to the markets but we're going to try. covering gold is founder and president of green day. let's talk gold. let's start with gold. >> sure. >> what the heck is happening? >>. >> it's been a heck of a roller coaster, number one. number two, what's happening is there was an equilibrium change. we hit the 1500 level and the market just broke. after that, you have the goldman announcement about the fact that they thought gold was going to come off. you had the cyprus rumor. and it just became a snowball. once the market kicked in it just went. >> if you liked gold a month ago you should love gold now. what happened here? >> unck that's what you're seeing with the balance today. there's actually a report that the etf volume, there was a huge drawback in money taken it of gold. the open interest actually went off. so a lot of true buyers of gold are coming back into the market. that's where you're seeing the bounce today. >> i have to follow up. david, explain to me, please, what you mean. the gld, most active security, and you're looking at
at hendrick motorsports, one of the top teams. >>> new developments in live coverage of the boston marathon bombings. the surviving suspect in a hospital bed, may be charged as early as today as investigators try to learn more about how it all unfolded. >> the fbi accused of dropping the ball. why did agents question one of the suspects two years ago and then just let him go? the russian connection, how this gunfight four months ago could be linked to the boston bombing case. good morning. i'm john berman live in boston. it's monday, april 22nd it is 6:00 a.m. in the east, in the city of boston, the city is in full recovery mode. here are the latest developments. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev could be valley charged as early as today. we still don't know what, if anything, he might be communicating to law enforce officials. there are new questions about whether the fbi may have fumbled the case after being warned by the russian officials two years ago. and farewell to krystle campbell. funeral services are scheduled for 11:00 a.m. this morning as the city of boston reopens and begins to rec
is chris hendricks, vice president for interactive media at mcclatchy company, and this is astounding to me, since 1999 he has actually been involved in digital at mcclatchy since 1994, pre-browser days. and filling out the lineup is kim lau who's vice president and general manager of atlantic digital. she came to the company in 2012 having been with hearst magazine since 2006. what we'll do here is we'll start out each participant, each panelist will have a relatively short powerpoint, and then we'll open things up for questions. if you ask a question, care to ask a question, you need to be a sabu member, and you need to go up to one of the strategically-placed microphones and identify yourself, then ask your question. and with that we'll get started with chris hendrix. >> thank you. one of the things about being at it so long is you get to the point where you need glasses to readment. [laughter] read. i'm trying to get the running here. still a little brief about mcclatchy and what we are about. you know, the company itself -- it's up there, good. you know, 30 daily newspapers located aro
tilden, wisconsin, 100 years old. here is amelia hendricks, 100 years old today, add three years to that you got her birthday, 103, and she's from new orleans, louisiana, and everything in life is good. she likes life, she's happy, she's a good person, good attitude. henry carlton, henry is from yakima in the great state of washington, he's 100 years old and we wish him a happy birthday. he's remodel his home, his own house at 100. can you believe that? god love him. how about that? mildred scholnick, she is 100 years old and she is from westbury, new york, that's pretty up there, and we love her very much. she loves to read. she reads all the time, just loves reading. and here's paul beck, paul is from findlay, ohio, that's where the buzzards return every spring, they do. 100 years old today. i didn't make it up, anyway, loves bingo. we have ruth large, she is from holland, michigan, i think that's the tulip capital of the world and she loves her chocolate. that's all, now back to new york where they love chocolates and tulips also. >> thank you very much. >>> when we come back,
of children and their families. you must be gabrielle's dad. i'm eleanor. good to meet you. hendrick: there's an old adage, "when we support the family, we support the child." but the opposite is true, too. when we ignore the family, we ignore a vital part of knowing the child. the key, of course, is communication, and it's never too early to start. ...keep her out of school. she's doing great. she really likes it. i think it's important to know where a child comes from because each child comes from a different background, and that's one of the reasons that we do home visits, is to meet and talk to the family in their own environment. i feel that when we come back from a home visit, which is usually done in the beginning of the year for the first time, i'm able to understand the parent and the child better. hendrick: many of us, especially those who work with infants, are the child's and the parents' first real contact with the outside world. this presents us with a unique opportunity for becoming closely involved and attached to our infants and family members. hi. hi. but how do we form a
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